Mental Health Week

Mental Health WeekThis week the CPA Jack.Org chapter is holding events every day to raise awareness for Mental Health and Illness.

Monday – COMFY DAY– Dress in your comfiest clothes and come to the caf at lunch for some comfort food and drinks!

Tuesday: COLOUR DAY – Wear your favorite colour (or the whole rainbow if you like) and join in on paint splatter in the courtyard and face painting in the caf at lunch.

Wednesday: WORKSHOP DAY – Take part in various workshops with your classes or come see our JACK.ORG speaker!

Thursday: MUSIC DAY Rock your favorite band shirt and come to the stage at lunch for a free coffeehouse.

Friday: SPORTS DAY – Show us your spirit in your best sports jersey and come up to the gym at lunch for some bubble soccer action!

*All Week JACK.ORG SHOELACES will be on sale each at lunch by the Cheetah Spot. Those who purchase shoelaces will have their name enter in a draw to participate in Friday’s bubble soccer game.

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Exam Exemption Eligibility as of MAY 3

Exempt2The exam exemption eligibility list as of May 3rd is now posted on the bulletin board by the main office and here by your student number. Please note that if you were absent on May 3rd and the absence was not yet excused, you may not be on this list. This does not mean you do not have your exemption. Please see Ms. Lowe in guidance if you have any concerns.

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IB Exam Schedule

ibworldschoolFor IB Students, please check out the exam schedule here.

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Graduation Information for All Grade 12s

grad_fullIf you missed the grad breakfast/assembly on April 12. Here is all the important information you need as will as forms to be filled out:

Graduation Information Handout

Application to Graduate Form (must be handed in with your grad fees NO LATER than April 28th)

Prom Contract (must have this completed and dropped off in the main office NO LATER than April 18th in order to purchase a prom ticket)

Grad Hoodie Order Form


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Host an International Student

International StudentsThe Nova Scotia International Student Program brings students from around the world to Nova Scotia public schools to learn our language and culture. Be an integral part of a student’s learning experience– become a host family.

This is a great opportunity for your family to experience and share culture first hand. Your family will be matched up with a student and they will participate in your daily family routines.

  •      Host Families receive a tax free monthly stipend to help cover the cost of food and any extra transportation  expense
  •      Students stay for periods of 2 to 10 months
  •      Ongoing support is provided by an experienced Homestay Coordinator
  •      You will learn about and communicate with your student before arrival
  •      Host Families are asked to provide a private bedroom, 3 balanced meals a day and inclusion in family activities

Visit our website for more information:

For more information on how to become a host family for an international student at Charles P Allen High School please contact:

Marina LeBlanc (Homestay Coordinator) at 902-717-3781 or

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